Children's Ministry

Children's Ministry

Our desire is to make our Sunday Morning Children's Ministry an engaging and safe place where your children can experience God's love for them and be cared for. We want all of our Children's ministry kids to know... God loves them, God made them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever!

We have classes for all your little ones! All classes follow the same curriculum with age-appropriate teaching at each level.

We use The Gospel Project from Lifeway to teach Biblically sound lessons focused on Christ. Our goal is to come & walk alongside you as you teach and lead your children to our never-changing God in this ever-changing world.

We have two teachers in each class and a hallway monitor to inform you if your child needs you during service so you can always feel comfortable and assured that your children are in good hands.

Children's Ministry is open every Sunday morning at 10:15 a.m., 15 minutes  prior to the beginning of the worship services.  If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Ritter

Infant ~ 2 yrs. olds   


1st ~ 2nd grade

3rd ~ 5th grade


More info on The Gospel Project:

The Gospel Project take kids on a Christ-centered, chronological journey through Scripture. Kids will discover how the gospel unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. When kids truly experience the gospel, their hearts are transformed. It is the gospel, not good behavior, that changes everything.

The Gospel Project for Kids will teach kids to:

  • See the Big Story: Kids will understand that the Bible is not a collection of stories, but God’s unified story of redemption.
  • Read Scripture as Christ-centered: The Leader Guide and Activity Pages provide a deep, Christ-centered Bible study experience for all ages.
  • Grasp Essential Christian Doctrines: The Big Picture Questions and Answers are designed to help kids understand essential theological doctrines of the Christian faith.
  • Study the Old and New Testaments: Kids spend equal time in the Old and New Testaments, learning the key distinctions of each and how they fit together.


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